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    #11

    Re: 2:42

    Again:

    Forget about using 'of'. Just recognise it on the very rare occasions you will see or hear it.

    You've been told that some AE speakers sometimes use it.
    EDIT: I see you've discovered WordReference Forums.

    Let's see if you get any different answers over there.

    Please don't post any more time questions here; they've long since grown tiresome.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 28-Dec-2016 at 10:18.

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    #12

    Re: 2:42

    The IP resolves to the Netherlands, so I guess we've got a troll and have done the needful.

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